objectify[əb jek′tə fī′, äb-]
objectify definition by Webster's New World
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- objectification noun
objectify definition by American Heritage Dictionary
transitive verb ob·jec·ti·fied, ob·jec·ti·fy·ing, ob·jec·ti·fies
- To present or regard as an object: “Because we have objectified animals, we are able to treat them impersonally” (Barry Lopez).
- To make objective, external, or concrete: thoughts objectified in art.
- ob·jecˌti·fi·caˈtion noun
- ob·jecˈti·fiˌer noun